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Table 3 Results of isolation-with-migration model (IMa) for the split between groups of populations of Psittacanthus schiedeanus

From: A mistletoe tale: postglacial invasion of Psittacanthus schiedeanus (Loranthaceae) to Mesoamerican cloud forests revealed by molecular data and species distribution modeling

  Model parameter estimates
q 1 q 2 q a t M 2-to-1 M 1-to-2
Mean 7.6121 3.4986 9.3720 2.735 0.0001 4.51
HPD95Lo 4.9616 1.9507 3.3077 0.955 0.0023 2.185
HPD95Hi 13.1038 6.8275 40.8594 9.45 0.0975 9.585
  Demographic parameter estimates
Ne 1 Ne 2 Ne a t M 2-to-1 M 1-to-2
Mean 69391.221 31892.318 85434.311 1097008 0.0004 7.8893
HPD95Lo 45229.956 17782.862 30153.152 383050 0.0058 2.1312
HPD95Hi 119453.521 62239.333 372470.625 3790395 0.6388 32.7210
  1. Model parameters indicate estimates without use of molecular rate of evolution for six parameters (IMa output values). Demographic rates represent parameters scaled to rates of molecular evolution. Values are averages of two runs of mean parameter estimates and the 95 % highest posterior densities (HPD) intervals of each parameter: effective population sizes (Ne, individuals), migration rates (Nm, migrants per generation), estimated time since divergence (t, years). Population size (Ne) based on the average generation time (T) of 11 years for a high (0.9) annual adult survival rate. Habitat type abbreviations are as follows: SCHI cloud forests from San Luis Potosí to Oaxaca and Chiapas, CALY xeric vegetation in central Oaxaca, BREE tropical deciduous forests in Chiapas